Monday, March 22, 2010

What's Cookin' Good Lookin'?

I would assume most people under the age of 78 do not wear wear an apron when they cook. But these retro styles from Anthropologie make me want to channel a 1950's housewife and learn how to make a pot roast ... anyone else?

Considering most of us don't have time (or the energy) to whip up a fancy meal after work, this get-up may be a bit much for those "breakfast for dinner" nights. But how cute would it be to wear this when you're hosting a holiday dinner? Or, buy it for a bride-to-be for her wedding shower.

If you're not quite ready to be the resident Betty Crocker, try the half apron to ease your way into the kitchen. No casserole recipe required.


  1. I actually have an apron from Florence of the David statue. If you put it on correctly, a certain "body part" hits you in the right spot. I wore it while making dinner with my boyfriend recently and he was so freaked out by it- he made me take it off. These are way cuter!

  2. I guess it was just one too many cooks in the kitchen for your boyfriend ;)